Florida Restaurant Evacuated from Potential Sinkhole

Employees noticed cracks in the building's structure months after a man was swallowed by a sinkhole.
1:28 | 06/10/13

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Ever since a large sinkhole in the same -- swallowed up homeowners he was sleeping families here had been on the look out for the next point. So on Sunday morning when employees opening this Florida restaurants all these giant cracks in the building structure. Along the walls inside into parts of the floor they worried the whole place was about the ball into the -- -- and ran for cover in this scenario was here Friday having -- It wasn't any problems. County authorities came quickly roping off the restaurant bringing in engineers to test the ground and building for movement once -- who. Data has been placed in them make a determination from there. They're not sure if the damage was caused by a -- or something else but -- residents here have good reason to be cautious. Last week just a few miles away a sinkhole opened up in a family's backyard and drain the pool. And just four miles away authorities were never able to recover the body of 37 year old Jeffrey Busch who died when a sinkhole opened up inside his home. It's scaring -- got a lot of kids a lot of school loans big churches right around here. And it's not just Florida a Chicago sinkhole swallowed three cars and April. Another on a golf course in Waterloo Illinois in March and one in northern California threatening to bring down neighborhood homes last month. As for this restaurant it will remain closed as engineers will be running tests here in the next several days.

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